New York, Providence & Boston Railroad Co stock (105163)

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Transportation Start Price:75.00 USD Estimated At:150.00 - 300.00 USD
New York, Providence & Boston Railroad Co stock   (105163)
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This item SOLD at 2019 Jul 14 @ 16:16UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Cancelled (Jun 11, 1838) 50 shares of New York, Providence & Boston Railroad Co issued to Alexander Hamilton, certificate # 504 issued May 23, 1838. Vignette of women by wheel on left side and women with staff in front of a shield with boats on one side and rail car on the other. Stock was issued to Alexander Hamilton Jr. (May 16, 1786 – August 2, 1875), son and namesake of Alexander Hamilton, an American Founding Father. Colonel Alexander Hamilton Jr. was the 3rd child and the 2nd son of Elizabeth Schuyler and Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton served in the War of 1812, becoming a Captain of the 41st Regiment of Infantry in US Army in August, 1813. He became an aide-de-camp to his father's friend General Morgan Lewis in 1814. Hamilton resumed the practice of law becoming a member of 42nd New York State Legislature in July, 1818. In May 1822, President James Monroe appointed Hamilton as a US Attorney for East Florida. In 1823, he was appointed as a Land Commissioner for East Florida. He received the military rank of Colonel at that time. He returned to New York where he became successful in real estate transactions and became a leading name in Wall Street. In the mid-1830s, as a lawyer in the New York Court of Chancery, Hamilton represented Eliza Jumel against her husband Aaron Burr during 2 years of divorce proceedings. Finalized in 1836 on the day of Burr's death. She and Burr had separated after only four months of marriage.